Shooting at Orlando airport: Orlando airport on shut down today after shooting at Orlando Airport – Orlando airport is currently on shut down today after Shooting happened on the Orlando International Airport this morning July 9, 2022. Officials are yet to release an official statement regarding the allege shooting and a deadly car crash. According to report, Flights were not cancelled even though no one is allowed in. According to report, there is heavy traffic backups and delays in Orlando airport. traffic is experiencing gate hold and taxi delays lasting 15 minutes or less for general Departure Delays while Arrival traffic is experiencing airborne delays of 15 minutes or less.
Update: Orlando police are currently investigating after they received report of a deadly crash on Jeff Fuqua Blvd. & Semoran Blvd. Orlando International Airport stated in a tweet that there was no shooting at the airport and there was backup as a result of vehicle accident that occurred at the north entrance, Police said while some lanes have reopened, the delays would continue. SNBC is working to gather additional information.
There was no shooting at the airport and backup occurred due to the vehicle accident at the north entrance.
— Orlando International Airport (@MCO) July 9, 2022
**Man found shot outside Orlando apartment complex**
According to the Orlando Police Department, a man was found dead with apparent gunshot wounds early on Friday morning outside of the Ivey Lane Homes Apartments located on Edgemoor Street. Officers responded to the scene after they received a call after midnight. The victim was taken to the hospital where he underwent emergency surgery after receiving two gunshot wounds to the leg. The victim was listed in a stable condition. After staying at the scene for a few hours, police officers discovered a numerous shell casings on the ground.
There is currently no further information available regarding a probable suspect. Information about the suspect has not been released. Anyone with information should call Crimeline at 800-423-TIPS.